Business Spotlight: Moon Village Bakery

Meet Naomie and Miles Ztanberry, owners of Moon Village Bakery in Seattle's Skyway neighborhood. Moon Village Bakery is a sustainably operated artisan bakery in South Seattle crafting all-natural bread, donuts, cakes, and more. To curb over-baking and waste, they encourage pre-orders and offer a unique bread subscription with ever-changing flavors...
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Business Spotlight: La Paloma Tacoma

Meet Molly and Amalia Alvarado, owners of La Paloma Tacoma in Old Town, Tacoma. Indigenous mother-daughter duo Molly and Amalia opened La Paloma Tacoma in July of 2022 as a gift shop and community haven. The shop showcases artisans of historically marginalized identities and seeks to be a welcoming and inclusive space for all. Each visit to La...
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Business Spotlight: Nacho Mama’s Fry Bread Cafe

Nacho Mama’s Fry Bread Cafe owner Debra LeComb. Photo by Patrick Robinson, as featured in Westside Seattle.   In the Delridge neighborhood between West Seattle and White Center is where you can find Nacho Mama’s Fry Bread Cafe. At Nacho Mama’s, owner Debra LeComb dishes...
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Business Spotlight: ʔálʔal Cafe by Chief Seattle Club

ʔálʔal Cafe Manager Anthony Johnson. Photo by Mel Ponder, as featured in International Examiner. On the ground floor of Chief Seattle Club’s urban housing complex in the heart of Pioneer Square sits ʔálʔal Café (pronounced all-all). The menu reintroduces traditional...
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Business Spotlight: Wenatchi Wear

Meet Mary Big Bull-Lewis, owner of Wenatchi Wear in Wenatchee, WA. An enrolled member of the Colville Confederated Tribe, Mary grew up noticing a lack of Indigenous representation. In 2019, Mary and her husband Rob founded Wenatchi Wear, located on the P’Squosa (Wenatchi) homelands in the neighborhood she grew up in Get to know more about Mary and...
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